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July 13, 2007

I am about 70 nautical miles west of Bodega Bay, where I started.  This is the fourth day of my journey.

Heavy clouds lifted yesterday by noon and the sky cleared.  The normal winds will be restored tonight and I should start moving south.  The winds of the last few days gave me an easy start.  The gentle waves helped me sleep and I did not get seasick.

Right now a gentle breeze is blowing from the south.  It is eerily quiet.  There is only the occasional sound of the waves against my boat.  There is fog all around me and I can only see about a half of a mile in front of me.  I expect the fog to go away by the afternoon and leave blue skies.

*Entry adapted for grades 5-8 by Andrea Rogers

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